All of your notes from your teacher are grouped into pieces. That way your notes on Minuet will never be confused with your notes on Viva la Vida.
When you practice your piece, all of your notes, photos, and audio is readily displayed to complement your playing. Ritmico also keeps track of how long your practiced, keeping you and your teacher constantly informed.
All of your progress on a piece is automatically shared with your teacher so they know exactly how much you practice each week. You can also send your teacher recordings of yourself playing to make sure that you are on the right track.
Add rich notes to your students lessons through Ritmico's online editor. Give detailed instructions and feedback to your student through bullet points, numbered lists, links to other webpages, and regular text.
Student's showing up to lessons without their music can be frustrating. With Ritmico, teachers can upload pictures of sheet music so students never show up empty handed.
Being able to listen to how a song is supposed sound can be an invaluable learning tool. Teachers can upload audio recordings to be shared with their students. Additionally, students can upload a recording of themselves playing so teachers can check on their progress midway through the week.
Multiple students can be bundled together in a group. Groups share pieces, so you only have to make changes to one piece, for all the students in the group to get the same changes. This makes managing group lessons much easier than before.
The amount of time students practice each piece is automatically recorded in a digital practice log. Additionally, Ritmico makes it easy for teachers to see at a glance whether a student has practiced more this week or the previous week.
Teachers can easily communicate with their students through messages. Teachers can contact one student individually, or send a message to every student at the same time (makes reminders a cinch).